New Delhi, March 4. (ANI): Amitabh Bachchan indeed had a very busy day yesterday, says his tweets from last night.
The 73-year-old actor, who is preparing for ‘Piku’ helmer Shoojit Sircar’s next, spent some time with the music of his current movie Sujoy ghosh-produced ‘TE3N.’ Other than these, the most important work for the ‘Wazir’ actor yesterday was getting a plumber for the ‘leak in his bath.’
“Spent some valuable time with the next film .. with music for current film and with the plumber ! Plumbing is an important pastime,” reads his tweet.
Further, talking about this ‘important pastime,’ the Shehenshah of Bollywood tweeted, “Plumbing yes .. !! Leak in the bath, burst pipe in wash room, tap water not shut-able .. huge problem !!”
Senior Bachchan, who had wrapped up the shoot of ‘TE3N’ by the end of January, called his upcoming venture to be a dramatic one, while making an announcement about it through his tweet.
“Preparing for the next one… dramatic! for Shoojit Sircar,” he tweeted.
While he is looking forward to filming his next and working on the current, the ace actor took out some time to inform his fans about his first film as a hero ‘Bombay to Goa,’ which completed 44 years on March 3.
Alongside the post, he shared an image, in which he is seen wearing a pair of glasses and is all suited up.
“”Bombay to Goa” first film as hero, completes 44 years ! .. was remake of Tamil film “Madras to Pondicherry”,” he tweeted.
Bachchan even took to his official blog to share images of old school treatment posters of the adventure-comedy film, directed by S. Ramanathan and starring Aruna Irani, Shatrughan Sinha and Mehmood along side.
“The remake of Tamil film ‘Madras to Pondicherry’ starring that great comedian Nagesh from Tamil cinema… Nagesh an iconic name and legendary presence in the South. His fame at times bigger than the hero stars of the day,” he posted on his official blog.
“Mehmood bhai chose to remake it. He being equally if not more in presence in Hindi cinema, his presence in film gave it huge star value…those were the times. For some reason he always believed in me. He would address me as ‘Danger Diabolic’. I never asked him why and how he arrived at this name…but it did,” he added.
“S Ramanathan director his first with me and then began a wonderful and sincere and lasting association until his sudden passing away .. he directs out side the bus in the film as Mukri, Sunder look on ..,” his post further read. (ANI)